Best Shakshuka Recipe in the World, Home Made!
Shakshuka (Arabic: شكشوكة; Hebrew: שקשוקה) (also Shakshouka Chakchouka) is a dish of eggs poached in a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, often spiced with cumin.
It is believed to have a Tunisian origin.
Shakshuka is a staple of Tunisian, Libyan, Algerian, and Moroccan cuisines traditionally served up in a cast iron pan with bread to mop up the sauce. It is also popular in Israel, where it was introduced by Tunisian Jews.
Shakshuka is Israel's hottest breakfast dish
this is the best way to prepare shakshuka, the spicy, warming, vegetable and egg dish that is a regular part of the Israeli diet and is usually served as a cooked breakfast or a light lunch.
The mix of tomato, garlic, herbs and spices, traditionally topped with sunny side up egg, is reputedly a fine hangover cure.
Israelis argue that only the version prepared over the years by their mothers or grandmothers can be described as truly authentic.
Regardless, most other Middle Eastern people will argue the same.
This Shakshuka / Shakshouka Recipe is exactly how it should be done!
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I was looking for the Best Breakfast In America when I stumbled on
"Perfect Scrambled Eggs Breakfast"
That took me back memory lane 23 years, and I remembered this traditional Israeli Breakfast.
So after a little practice, it all got back to me, kind of like riding a bike...
This video shows how to make The Best Breakfast in the World, Ever!
If you want to have the perfect breakfast, go ahead and try.
And you don't have to be of a Middle East background to love it :)
שַׁקְשׁוּקָה היא מאכל העשוי מביצה המבושלת על אש קטנה עם עגבניות, בצל ופלפלים.
בגרסה המסורתית והמקובלת, המוגשת במסעדות פועלים רבות, חלמון הביצה נותר בשלמותו בתבשיל, בדומה לביצת עין.
גרסה שונה היא זו בה החלמונים מעורבבים בחלבונים, כמו בביצה מקושקשת.
פירוש השם בשפה הברברית הוא "תערובת".
במרוקאית נקראת השקשוקה "צ'קצ'וקה", ובשפות אחרות "תוקתוקה".
לא ידוע כיצד השתרשה בישראל המילה שקשוקה.
מאכל זה הובא לישראל על ידי העולים החדשים מצפון אפריקה: ממרוקו, מתוניסיה, מאלג'יריה, מלוב ומחצי האי ערב.
בסיס המאכל קבוע: עגבניות, שמן זית וביצים.
המתכון בסרטון זה מראה איך לעשות שקשוקה בגרסא ביתית.
לעניות דעתי ככה עושים את השקשוקה הכי טעימה בעולם.
ללמוד עוד על מקור השקשוקה וטיפים נוספים:
This a basic Shakshuka recipe, mine has to have hot red and green peppers, most importantly Feta Cheese is a must, what happened to the feta cheese? Either way, now matter how you cook it, it is nice to eat it morning or evening and skip the bacon will you!
Ok, so western style. Brown some bacon and sausages first (pack of bacon - like a pack of 8? Sausages, I use 4... Chop em up (sausages + bacon) to bite size first (use a sharp knife or scissors.!)) then carry on as per the video but 4 eggs rather than whatever and substitute tomatoes with cherry tomatoes - your going to need to quarter the cherry tomatoes first and when they soften, pulp them (plum, salad and canned tomatoes all taste the same). Add a single teaspoon of sugar after the tomatoes (takes the bitterness of the tomatoes out). Quarter the dish so each serving gets one egg. Man, it's a delight!
Totally nasty! Wtfudge? This is not breakfast! More like pasta sauce! Tomato sauce? This is not breakfast. What is breakfast? Bacons, sausage, cheese, potatoes, eggs, pancakes ect. Not veggies and eggs with tomato sauce! Naw!
Just to correct your information شكشوكه - Shakshuka, existed as a meal in PALESTINE before the creation and existence of israerl , as usual Israelis like to hijack everything and make it their own, just as they did with the houmous,falafel, pita bread and many other things.
there is no such a thing as Israeli food it's all stolen recipes and meals from neighbouring Arab and European countries.
Pre ground black pepper? Lo todah. Always use fresh pepper. It takes a few seconds to use a pepper Mill and the taste can't be compared. Also you said tomato sauce but you used tomato paste. Other than that good for introducing people to shakshuka.
Rami loves pepper! TRami, your dish looks great and is making me hungry! This is a wonderful dish. AS an ex chef, I find that that this ethnic recipe is so basic that its open for some additions for preference, Here I like the reducing of the liquid (maybe a bit too much) and I think the eggs are overcooked mainly because this dish is traditionally served with toasted baguette, and a looser yolk not only adds flavour but is wonderful for sopping up an egg, tomato and spicy flavours. Let's eat!
everything tastes better when you fill it out with things like onions peppers garlic tomatoes. Those are basic ingredients to a lot of stuff. The problem imo is going to the grocery store to buy all of that, then prepping it all with dicing and peeling and then you're sort of commited to making a big batch. It's work time and money. As a single guy who works a lot I just grab something on the way home. It's a pain but it's about as annoying as hitting a grocery store, making a list and doing all of that prep cook and clean.
Tomatoes past sucks. Those tomatoes were not ready to be chopped. I have to laugh at their measurements of a pinch of salt. It’s like a huge tablespoon or two! Okay so so far, it looks like a red sauce with eggs. More of a European recipe if you ask me, but you didn’t so I’ll tell you anyways. Lol No meat or Che else. It’s a veg dish. Not impressed. Could have added back bacon,bacon, cured ham, spinach and Cheese to top it all off. Hum...it looks good though. Okay so it’s 1:00 am and I’m now going down to make my version of this which will not come close to this recipe. You hungry too?